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Vintage 1970’s Airstream Trailer Transformed Into a Mobile Live + Work Studio
Posted By Matthew Hofmann On October 13, 2011 @ 10:50 am In Architecture,Green renovation | No Comments
Santa Barbara-based architect Matthew Hofmann  recently completed a contemporary renovation of a vintage 1970’s Airstream trailer  into a mobile live and work studio. The architect now calls the small, yet very efficient space “home”, and he has it parked on a beautiful California property overlooking the southern coast. Green thinking heavily influenced this project, which incorporates recycled and sustainable materials. More pictures of the project can be found here .
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